LUCAS ALTETTE ORIGINALS ONLY Taff the Horns, Vintage Car Horn Restoration or Vintage Motorcycle Horn Restoration, Parts for Vintage Vehicles Horns, only if I WISH to sell, Value to Vehicle, Focal & Vocal u can Trade-in or Buy as I wish if available.
Vintage Vehicles Hooters
 
 
NAUTICAL MARITIME SHIPWRECK COLLECTION FOR SALE, ONE OFF RARITIES ALSO SHIPPING DIVING ARTIFACTS PLUS DUBAI GOLD PIECES OBTAINED WHILST LIVING THERE, I AM OPEN TO OFFERS. there is more than you see.all shipping costs to be arranged plus met by buyers.
NAUTICAL MARITIME ORIGINAL ITEMS FOR DISPOSAL PLUS DUBAI GOLD
 
 
VINTAGE HORNS CLEARHOOTERS Q SERIES SUNBURSTS CLAXONS TOETERS HORNS HUPEN Klaxon FOR SALE SWAP OR TRADE
VINTAGE HORNS FOR CARS & MOTORCYCLES FOR TRADE SALE OR SWAP.
 
 
SINCE MY STROKE ALL STOCKED ITEMS NOT TO PRICES HERE BUT ARE OPEN TO OFFERS LUCAS ALTETTE REPAIR PARTS KIT
Marine Artifacts
 
 
VINTAGE VETERAN BULB HORNS CLAXONS TOETERS HORNS HUPENS mall selection for sale swap or trade-ins against
VINTAGE VETERAN LUCAS 60 63 SIZE BULB HORNS
 
 
ORIGINAL VINTAGE Lucas Altette when available, ask lynn.isaac@tinyworld.co.uk for availability & Costs CLAXONS TOETERS HORNS HUPEN Plus Miller Clearhooters Horns for sale whilst they remain, Part ex Broken, incomplete & DUDS! often accepted,
You can trade in dud or incomplete parts against the ones shown
 
 
Lucas Altette Originals CLAXONS TOETERS HORNS HUPEN Information in this site with Bulb Horns too
Brass Trumpets made here for Klaxon Coweys & others
 
 
CHECK HOOTERS CLAXONS TOETERS HORNS HUPEN WORK NOW IN PROGRESS
 
 
Rare Old Boa Constrictor Vintage CLAXONS TOETERS HORNS HUPEN Horns PLUS DUDS TO BEWARE OF! shown at the bottom of Page
Showing scarce originals here
 
 
Unrestored Hooters pre & Post WW2, Plus How to Tell Lucas Altettes Dates & Models ALSO Solution for Triumph BSA Tridents Bonneville Hornet Cyclone Etc Clearhooters P 101 & P201 USERS OR SEARCHERS for them
Unrestored yet 'Oldies from the Dry Stores here
 
 
Lucas Alto Pre WW2 & Post WW2 ALTO HORNS, Plus STRONG REPLACEMENT BEZELS DISCS GASKETS AND BRACKET BITS
Shows early & late differences in Lucas New Alto
 
 
Velocette Valiant Horns & Rubber Grommets of a type Hard to locate, you MUST ADD POSTAGE COSTS TO YOURSELF, ITEMS ARE AT UK.
 
 
GIANT ECHIUM PININANA PLANTS, SEEDS NOW FOR SALE, TO HELP GOWER BIRD HOSPITAL, (HEDGEHOGS TOO) Reg. 1053912 PLUS TY AGORED HOME FOR ABANDONED ANIMALS.. www.gowerbirdhospital.org.uk
 
 
My Old Days & lack of sensible progress in the DIVING WORLD! Other than Nasty War Zones Which are too harsh to Boast
Pics from my past
 
 
One Dive to HMHS DRINA, Sadly, sunk on St David's Day 1917 off Milford Haven, Rules of engagement of Civilian Vessels had taken a sinister & cruel change.
 
 
Epynt without people ...... & Much more 2nd Page Contd.
 
 
ECHIUM GIANT PLANTS for Gower Bird Hospital Funds
Echium Red White & Blue/Pin Giant Plants Raised.
 
 
Eppynt at Tirabad, NOWADAYS! Summer 2014
 
 
BILL HOWARD of the Birmingham 30 Motorcycle Club page
By Val Emery, a great guy, and a Gog also Taff the Horns. History of a good man.
 
 
Wreck at Zakynthos
Background
 
 

Unrestored Hooters pre & Post WW2, Plus How to Tell Lucas Altettes Dates & Models ALSO Solution for Triumph BSA Tridents Bonneville Hornet Cyclone Etc Clearhooters P 101 & P201 USERS OR SEARCHERS for them


HOW TO TELL WHICH LUCAS ALTETTE Above you see the main 5 Types of LUCAS ALTETTE Bodies, starting with top left the 1930 to 1935 moving Coil type HF 317 & 318 plus the earlier 310 311 etc. Centre is one the types of Bezels used prior to 1933. Top Right is the late 1934 HF 934 plus 935 Types which had their points mounted still by 2 x 2BA pins in a pressed steel body, the 935 was a Black painted one without chrome & chrome domes on the bezel these continued intermittently because they cost more to produce than cast iron types into mid & late 1940's & were the last to use FLUTED DOME NUTS & the waisted centre front dome. Lower left is the first Cast Iron body from VERY late 1937 listed as HF 1234 & 1235, threads changed & 4 x 1BA threads were tapped in & the Bracket mounting pins & studs were the 9 & 3 o'clock threads, again the points were held in as the 934 935, dome nuts on STUDS were now Hexagon section. Next development shown on the right was late 1949 into 1951 early, when points were riveted into a recess at 12 o'clock & the numbers remained at HF 1234 & 1235 with only one front adjuster & often the 2 piece nut was used at front centre & on 1948 to 1953 the MAZAK Alloy appeared intermittently when Nickel was scarce for chroming & disappeared entirely in 1953, Late 1951 gradually & by makers models the front Bezel with names Lucas & Altette disappeared to be replaced with a less raised bezel without a name stamped in and rippled steel tone disc replaced the flat alloy tone disc the studs & Dome nuts were replaced by lower domed STEEL PINS with integral legs, these were also called HF 1234 & 1235 with the painted only one 1235 until circa 1963.
Below is Original Unrestored Boa Constrictor 210 plus CLAXONS TOETERS HORNS HUPEN.



Above, one working , sounding perfectly with period Tone, 12 Volts makers date Stamp:-(November)  11 1926 Bullnose Morris unrestored Lucas No 7 1930's Horn, gorgeous, unrusted inside undented listed stamped Number 177.  Cost £80 plus post or this can be restored here POA.  A scarce item.  Sorry, SOLD 9 Feb 2012.





Apart from these I do have some RESTORED Hella Bosch Noris AEG Reehmann oldies from 1920s onward, a selection from stored ones above, the next up has a Lucas Clearhooter one in the pack as well as a Pre WW2 1920's to 30's Renault Brass twisted trumpet, the straight trumpet in there by mistake is an Asian made modern decoration horn!.
European Bikes & VEHICLES LISTED HERE: PRE WW2 BIKES IN EUROPE.
GERMANY:- BMW, NSU, DKW, VICTORIA, ZUNDAPP, ARDIE, HERCULES, HECKER, HOFFMAN, D-RAD, HOREX, EXCELSIOR BRANDENBURG & MUNCHEN, EXPRESS, FLOTTWEG, KILLINGER & FREUND, MARS, MEGOLA, NEANDER, OPEL, ORIONETTE, TRIUMPH WANDERER.
AUSTRIA:-AUSTRO-ILO, DELTA-GNOM, LAURIN& KLEMENT.
SOVIET UNION:-NATI, PMZ, TIZ.
RUSSIA:-ALEXANDER & LEUTNER & CO.
DENMARK:-NIMBUS.
PORTUGAL:-MACAL, SPAIN:-OSSA.
GREECE:- MARATOS.
NETHERLANDS:-HEYSINK, BATAVUS.
BELGIUM:-MINERVA, MONDIALE, SAROLEA.
ITALY:-BIANCHI, CM, FRERA, MILLER-BALSAMO, SERTUM, TAURUS.
FRANCE:-MGC, GNOME ET RHONE, DRESCH EXCELSIOR, ALCYON.
CARS
Germany:- Adler, Austro Daimler, Graf & Stift, Lohner-Porsche, OAF, Steyr, Austro-Tatra, Bock& Hollander, Braun, E.S.A. Grofri, Marcus, (NW) Nusseldorfer, Perl, K.A.N. Praga, Puch, R.A.F. W.A.F. Walter, Audi, BMW, Borgward, Hansa-Lloyd, Brennabor, Butz, DKW, Framo, Hercules, Horch, Krupp, Kolf, Maybach, Mercedes-Benz, N.A.G. Neander, Opel, NSU-Fiat, Phanomen, Rollfix, Rohr, Simson-Supra, Stoewer, Tempo, Tornax, Trippel.
Spain:- Hispano Suiza.
• France:-
• Citroen Peugeot Renault.......
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Assorted pre & post WW2 Windtones


Klaxon Kifo, made all over the world including France under franchise & used on a great many European machines including when using the well known & rare Alloy "SQUIRREL" Front bezel with brass Limit Gauge on Scott 2 Strokes of mid 1930's. These Kifo types were also produced in France after WW2 & the Brass plate will indicate Holland Park Holborn London W1 where their import via a UK office was registered in an effort to produce hard Currency. British Manufacturers such as Miller Wipac & LUCAS however prevented them being used on British Machines when produced & items were Sold in Claude Rye Deeprose Marble Arch Hobday Brown Bros ELRICO & of Course Pride & Clark starting at 7s/6d when Lucas Altettes fetched over 15s in 1949, prices of course rose to 15s/6d by 1954 but Lucas rose well above the pattern of increase. These with 3 Kidney shaped cuts in a type of fronts were called DESMO 'used to replace other DESMO items used on Vincent-HRD, plus these were also termed Prima for later exports.



Clearhooters 120 130 140 150 160 170 Plus these were also made for WIPAC and exported to USA as Typhoon, these were fitted on 2 Strokes of the 1940's & 50's plus plunger Triumph T20 Tiger Cub and Triumph T15 Terrier as well as Velocette Valiant etc. DMW Francis Barnett BSA Bantam (De Luxe)Cotton James Excelsior RCA Ambassador Bond Cars Sun Tandon etc, (Also the VELOCETTES WITH LOWER Engine & Gearbox covering FAIRINGS ALL USED THE ONES ABOVE) Next:-This shows 2 of the cabinet draws full of these. Below is the Lucas HF1849 used in 12Volts form on Austin Healey 'frogeye' Sprite Otherwise C15 B40) BSA's Plus Virtually all larger & later Villiers Engined machines plus Royal Enfield Meteor Minor Crusader, AJS & Matchless small singles machines.



Lucas 6H plus Clearhooters HF80 plus below that Clearhooters HF 90 & 80 plus Lucas 9H below




Clearhooters P101 or P201 ABOVE?, For T120 T140 T150? 'Holy Grail of Hooters? NO, sadly? THEY are not, what follows is how to arrive with these lookalikes cheaply!, Firstly obtain Keihu Maru horns which have oval alloy labels riveted on their Chrome covers, with "Safety" & other logos these are long out of production, are found in 6V & 12v so be careful if the cover/label is missing. I made these for a friend from a few Keihu Maru, using laminated brackets to get them to fit BSA & Triumphs, see below what to look for plus the pairs of adapting bracket laminates available here for them.
The bracket on the right is the Keihu Maru one which you remove to have the pair on the left to adapt for BSA/Triumphs. Adaptor Brackets, laser cut are available in pairs here.



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